Saturday, July 3, 2010

Let's have a conversation!

It's not the first time I've been accused of talking to myself.  Ever have one of your kids ask you who you're talking to?  I guess I think better out loud!  Talking to myself is one thing, but now I'm having an entire conversation with myself.  I'm trying to get my blogfrog community up and running so I started a discussion.  Then I just had to add to it.  Now I'm done.  It's your turn.  If you read my blog you know that sometimes I post on topics that invite discussion or even debate.  Now you can consider that invitation official!  It's kind of hard to have a conversation on a blog, it's very one-sided. While I love, love, love getting comments, I think a community forum is a better way to talk back and forth with one another.  So please join me in my blogfrog community. 

To hop over to my blogfrog community, look for the My Community blogfrog widget in my sidebar and click on "visit my community" or just click on the link above.  I look forward to being encouraged and challenged by you.  It's always helpful to see things from another angle!

Another change I've made on my blog in an effort to be more interactive, is I've added a contact button at the far right of the tabs across the top of my blog, just under the big picture.  Selecting the contact tab will open up a contact form so you can send me a private message to my email via Kontactr.  I would love to hear from you!

Thank you and I look forward to many two, three, and even four-sided conversations!  Please help me stop talking to myself!  You'll just make my day!

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I'm an on-the-run mom to 6 kids who studied and taught exercise science in a previous life. I love all things running, nutrition, and health-related. I usually run at zero dark thirty in the morning and am often quite hungry before, during, and after my run, but I live a rich, full, blessed life with my children, family, and friends. My faith in God is my anchor, and looking to Him and His promises allows me to live fully even when life circumstances are difficult. While running gives me an appetite, my desire is to hunger and thirst for righteousness more than for physical food.